What is Hyperbaric
Oxygen Therapy?

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

If the atmospheric pressure of oxygen is high, oxygen will not only readily bind with hemoglobin in red blood cell, the content of dissolved oxygen will be increased, transport across capillary walls will efficient, free movement into the smallest areas of the circulatory system will become easier, and cellular activity will also be increased.

In hyperbaric oxygen therapy, purified oxygen is inhaled under high atmospheric conditions, increasing oxygen concentration withing the body, and alleviating the effects of oxygen deficiency.

Typical fields in which hyperbaric oxygen therapy is applied

Cosmetic Surgery / Orthopedics / Rehabilitation

Edema reduction (finger reconstruction surgery), cell regeneration after microsurgery, treatment of muscular or skeletal damage.


Acne, herpes simplex, herpes zoster, patterns hair loss, beautification, etc.


Infection from external injury, acute soft tissue damage, ulcer, burns, wounds, skeletal problems, etc.


Diabetic retinitis, cornetist, etc.

Neurosurgery / Neurology

Senile dementia, apoplexy, paralysis, neurosis, autism, schizophrenia, headaches, migraines, etc.


The bends (from diving), improving athletic performance (currently used by countless well-known athletes), stress alleviation and recovery from fatigue, improving metal activity and ability to focus, promoting metabolism and blood flow.

Internal Medicine

Chronic asthmatic bronchitis, acute exogenous pneumonia poisoning (carbon monoxide poisoning, gas poisoning in the case of fire), aftereffects of stroke, cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, hardening of arteries, diabetes, ischemia, heart disease, etc.

Healthcare chamber is suitable for family or commercial use. Based on much experiences of hyperbaric oxygen chambers, healthcare chambers can reach higher pressure (1.6ATA) with absolute safety.

When a user inhales medical grade 93% oxygen in a pressure environment of 1.6 atmospheres, the quantity of physical dissolved oxygen in the blood and tissues increased, the blood oxygen content and the blood oxygen dispersion distance increased, thus can restore the cell vitality, repair the damaged cells and regulate the body immunity. The healthcare chamber can be widely used in emergency rescue, physical recovery, memory improvement, rehabilitation, beauty care and other aspects.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is the most progressive treatment option for wounds that won’t heal. During the treatment, the oxygen level in the patient’s blood increases, which helps to reduce swelling, control infection, and stimulate growth of new blood vessels. All of this allows stubborn wounds to heal.